From this issue: Sekino Jun’ichirō, Fukuroi: Annual Growth Rings / Fukuroi: nenrin, from New Fifty-Three Stations of the Tōkaidō / Shin Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi, no. 28, 1960. Woodblock print. Palmer Museum of Art of Pennsylvania State University, Gift of Bruce and Marilyn Shobaken, UC.
Chinese Glass Paintings in Bangkok Monasteries
Jessica Lee Patterson, 153
The Pagoda in Kherlen-Bars: New Understandings of Khitan-Period Toweing Pagodas
Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt, 187
The Ligneous Aesthetic of the Postwar Sōsaku Hanga Movement and American Perspectives on the Modern Japanese Culture of Wood
Bert Winther-Tamaki, 213
Paintings of Traveling Bullock Carts (Panche Tu) in the Song Dynasty (960-2015)
New Acquisitions: Art of Asia Acquired by North American Museums (selections below), 271
Imran Qureshi (Pakistan), How To Cut An Artillery Pantaloon, 2002. Miniature painting, opaque watercolor and photocopy transfer on wasli paper, 26.421.6 cm. Pacific Asia Museum, 2014.3.1. Pacific Asia Museum Collection, museum purchase with funds provided by the Collectors’ Circle, Pasadena Art Alliance, and the Pakistan Art Council.
Dancing Celestial Deity (Devata), India, Uttar Pradesh, early 12th century. Sculpture, sandstone, H. 85.1 cm. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2015.500.4.14. Gift of Florence and Herbert Irving, 2015.
Senju Hiroshi (b. Japan 1958), Waterfall, 2012. Natural pigments on paper mounted on board, 193.8162.1 cm. Brooklyn Museum of Art, 2015.4. Gift of Sundaram Tagore.
Ravi Varma (India), Vishnu-Garud Wahan, ca. 1920. Print, color lithograph, varnish, 70.850.8 cm. Spencer Museum of Art, 2014.0349. Museum purchase: R. Charles and Mary Margaret Clevenger Art Acquisition Fund.
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